Can anyone with an i-phone make a movie? Well, yes – and no…Taught by two industry professionals: an experienced cinematographer and a film director/actor, this class covers the most critical aspects of filmmaking: pre-production, story development, screen writing, forms of film, shooting the script, thinking cinematically, basic training for film actors, and the art of editing. Students will write, rehearsal, and shoot their own film in this one-week class. Finished DVD included. Minimum: 10 students. INSTRUCTOR BIOS: Roland B. Gomez is LTA's current Governor of Education and has been a theatre director, and directed various film projects for over 30 years. Widely recognized in the local theatre community, he has appeared in numerous major films such as "The Net" (Sandra Bullock), "National Treasure 1", the starring role in "Unsolved Mysteries", a featured role in "Wings of Hope" (Roshan Seth). He will be directing Twentieth Century in early summer at LTA. Roland is currently preparing to direct the major film "Charleston Revisited" with Mr. Liesengang as his cinematographer. Albert Liesegang attended the University of Cologne and the Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen in Babelsberg, the oldest and largest film academy in Germany. A native of Cologne he has worked in 16 and 35mm film and video all over the world. His work has shown on all the major European Networks. From 2003 until 2007 Albert was a Senior Cameraperson and Trainer for the UN-peacekeeping mission staff, MONUC in the D.R.Congo. Albert is also an accomplished director and producer.